Bergholz Area Museum open Sunday
The Bergholz Area Museum will be open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday with memorabilia related to the Civil War and Morgan's Raid through the local area featured in June as well as July.
Other items of historical interest include accounts of early Steubenville, an original 1797-1897 Steubenville Centennial souvenir book, the bicentennial book, a history of the first 10 years of the Steubenville Daughters of the American Revolution Chapter, a history of the National Exchange Bank, a book featuring historical postcards of Steubenville and a book dated 1834 about the Indian hero Black Hawk.
The museum's permanent collection includes a variety of historical items donated by area residents. They include pictures and other memorabilia related to area communities, schools, local mines and various businesses.
The museum is continually acquiring new items for display.
The museum is located at the corner of Second and Jefferson streets in Bergholz across from the gazebo and town parking lot. It is open the first Sunday of each monday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. from May through November. Admission is free.
Lupus Support Group to meet
The Lupus Support Group will welcome Vanessa Palmer as its guest speaker during an indoor picnic on Monday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center located at 905 Market St., Steubenville.
The meeting will include health and wellness discussion and Tai Chi games and prizes.
Walter and Pat Howard are project coordinators.
Bridge championship winners are ...
Winners in the Ohio Valley Duplicate Bridge championship on May 21 were Julia Glodowski and Jan Glaub Rainbolt in first place.
Tied for second were Mary Felton and Mary Alice Brandt and Linda Schanz and Shirley Roush.
Sewing group to have workshop
The Two Ridges Sewing Group of the Wintersville and Steubenville area met in May at Two Ridges Presbyterian Church in Wintersville with Jean Smith, leader, welcoming members and guests. There were 12 in attendance.
During the show and tell segment, Jean Renard displayed mug and cup potholders for which patterns were distributed. Carol Village displayed a cobbler's apron of oriental print to be sent to the Pearl S. Buck gift shop in Hillsboro, W.Va. Barb Smith displayed ruffled scarves in an array of colors.
It was suggested to make catheter bag covers and walker tote bags for the Dixon Health Care Center in Wintersville. Fabrics will be purchased, and members will work on these at the June meeting, which will be a workshop. Members were treated to a free fabric and pattern assortment provided by a guest. Members were reminded of the covered-dish picnic in July and the Amish play in September. For information on the group, contact Smith at (740) 282-3669.